The foundational texts of all major religions call for protecting those in most desperate need of help and assistance, and that’s exactly what Scott has been doing.
Federal court jurors in Tucson found border aid volunteer Scott Warren not guilty of harboring migrants, after just two and a half hours of deliberation Wednesday.
Border aid worker Scott Warren was found not guilty on harboring charges by a jury after two and a half hours of deliberation, on Nov. 20, 2019.
Federal court jurors in Tucson found border aid volunteer Scott Warren not guilty of harboring charges after just two and a half hours of deli…
Five months after a jury deadlocked, federal prosecutors in Tucson are tightening their focus as they retry a border aid volunteer on smugglin…
Federal prosecutors want to ban border aid volunteer Scott Warren from mentioning President Trump or any of his policies in court when they re…
The U.S. Attorney's Office has been expanding the scope of prosecutions in both areas.
Agents built their case against Scott Warren around interviews with Ajo residents upset with the volunteers with the humanitarian aid group No More Deaths..
A jury was deadlocked on charges against Scott Warren in the Tucson trial in June
Federal prosecutors will dismiss the charge of conspiracy to smuggle, however.
Federal prosecutors announced they will retry a border-aid worker accused of smuggling migrants three weeks after jurors couldn’t agree whethe…
Scott Warren, a teacher with a doctorate in geography, could learn Tuesday whether he will again face a smuggling trial after a hung jury in June.
The following column is the analysis and opinion of the writers.
The following column is the analysis and opinion of the writer.
Warren's trial on human-smuggling charges ended Tuesday when jury couldn't reach verdict.
Federal prosecutors insisted they were bringing a case against Scott Warren, not humanitarian groups, but it was really just an exertion of authority.
High-profile, rare prosecution in Tucson federal court is getting national attention.
Irineo Mujica, whose name has come up frequently in the Tucson trial of Scott Warren, was arrested Wednesday in Sonoyta, Sonora
Irineo Mujica undoubtedly has relevant information, but he could be an awkward witness for either side if called in Scott Warren's trial.
Testimony focuses how migrant shelter operator had contact with defendant and illegal immigrant before their arrests.
Scott Warren's trial for giving shelter to two Central American men began Wednesday.
As a No More Deaths volunteer's trial starts, another border volunteer reports being detained and accused of smuggling at an Arizona port
Judge will decide verdict in Scott Warren's case after May 24.
Four border-aid volunteers were sentenced to probation Friday following criminal convictions related to leaving humanitarian aid supplies on a…